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Even more book covers sought: Crescent Books

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OK, folks, this section of the references database (Crescent Books) currently has but 6 books listed, with 5 having cover images, so, we now need this 1 cover to make this section complete, at least for now.
 
And this book is:

 

Fighters of World War II

 

As usual, if you have any of these books and could scan the cover(s) and send to K1 or myself for inclusion in the database, we'd certainly appreciate it immensely, and of course if you have others that are not in the database yet, we're certainly not opposed to having that information either.
 
Public Crescent Books are located here.
 
Please Note: A reminder that we'd prefer not to just snatch web images, but rather use our own scans, if possible, thus avoiding potential rights issues or other unpleasant stuff.
 
Thanks a bunch for any help you can offer, fellas.

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10 hours ago, MARU5137 said:

K2..

 

I always think, when I read your thread on books, how come I buy the wrong publications and NEVER  have the books you enquire about.  :unsure:

 

one of these days.....  ;)

 

Many of the book covers I seek, perhaps most, are not from me at all, but in many cases, perhaps most, are from the original list started long ago by Charles, who kept a database of his own references, which we have simply expanded upon.

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I've got the companion volumes to the Crescent Warplanes of the Luftwaffe: American and British Warplanes. Need to find them, but they were the other two volumes in the set. Basically just excerpts from the old Orbis Encyclopedia of Aircraft, a tome that was recycled many times!

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7 hours ago, fightersweep said:

I've got the companion volumes to the Crescent Warplanes of the Luftwaffe: American and British Warplanes. Need to find them, but they were the other two volumes in the set. Basically just excerpts from the old Orbis Encyclopedia of Aircraft, a tome that was recycled many times!

 

Excellent. You can send them to me anytime.

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